What is the Stitches Count?
Answered Oct 24, 2018 11:11 AM
Stitches count refers to the number of stitches per square meter. To calculate the stitch count, multiply the turf gauge by the number of stitches per meter. For example, if the turf gauge is 3/8 and the stitch rate is 14/10, 105 by 140 equals 14,700 stitches per square meter.
This can be useful when it comes to pick what type of artificial grass I guess.
Typically, the higher the stitches counts, the more of fibers in the turf.
I really don't care about that as long as the turf looks and feels good in general.
Love reading straightforward answers like this-- it just makes it easier for us to understand what it actually means. Thanks for this!
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